Robin, from Crunchmaster, was oh so generous to send me a HUGE box of crackers to try an review! Thank you, Robin!
I Love these ingredients! What other cracker have you seen has these kinds of exotic grains like quinoa and amaranth? Plus, these are all gluten-free!
Note: The flavored multi-seed crackers each contain a small amount of sugar in them, about 1 gram per serving. They also contain dairy. But other than that, they are same as the orignal with a few extra seasonings.
My Reviews of Multi-Seed Crackers
- Original: These were actually my favorite of the multi-seeds. Call me boring, but I liked the flavor of the seeds alone (with just a hint of salt). They were earthy, crunchy, and nutty!
- Rosemary and Olive Oil: I was so excited to try these, but they ended up being my least-favorite 🙁 I love rosemary, but I didn’t taste the rosemary flavor at all in the powdery coating. I wish that there were little specks of the herb cooked into the actual cracker instead of powdered on the top.
- Roasted Garlic: This was good, but it tasted like the original crackers with a garlic-y aftertaste. Which is fine, but I would have preferred a more strong garlic flavor.
- Sweet Onion: This was fine, too. It had a light onion flavor, but they were a bit sweet for me. (Well, my tastes are a bit different than the average person’s sweet tooth. hehe)
They also sell a sea salt Multi-Grain cracker. It contains Brown Rice Flour, Whole Grain Yellow Corn, Potato Starch, Safflower oil, Oat Fiber, Evaporated Cane Juice, Sesame Seeds, Flax Seeds, Millet, Sea Salt, Quinoa Seeds. It has 120 calories per 16 crackers, and two grams of sugar.
I liked these Multi-Grain crackers. They went really well with salsa because they had that extra corn flavor in it. It had a lighter taste than the Multi-seeds.
Baked Rice Crispers
Ingredients of Salt and Pepper: Brown Rice Flour, White Rice Flour, Whole Grain Yellow Corn Flour, Yellow Corn Masa, Safflower Oil, Evaporated Cane Juice, Sea Salt, Toasted Dehydrated Onion Powder, Salt & Pepper Seasoning (Sea Salt, Black Pepper Powder, Coconut Oil, Extractives of Black Pepper), Garlic Powder, Torula Yeast.
The Stats for you label-readers (don’t worry, I’m one of them…hehe…)
|Total Fat||3 g||Potassium||0 mg|
|Saturated||0 g||Total Carbs||22 g|
|Polyunsaturated||0 g||Dietary Fiber||1 g|
|Monounsaturated||0 g||Sugars||2 g|
|Trans||0 g||Protein||2 g|
This is for 37 chips salt and pepper chips. That’s right, 37! I love the fact that the serving size is so large! The other flavors are about the same, only with different flavors added. Note: the other flavors have dairy products in them.
My Reviews of Mr. Krisper’s Baked Rice Krispers:
- Sour Cream and Onion: These were the first ones I tried because I used to be a big fan of sour cream and onion chips. OH my gosh! The love is back! My picky little brother even said, “Oh my gosh, these are good!” They taste just like regular sour cream and onion chips, but they don’t have that greasy flavor and are very light.
- Sea Salt and Pepper: My mom and I loved these (my lil bro and sis didn’t, but that’s just because they don’t like black pepper. pshh). I actually added a bit more salt and pepper to it because I love a strong salt and pepper flavor.
- Nacho: Again, wow. They taste a bit like cheesey chips, only light and not greasy. My sister really enjoyed them-she even ate them during breakfast one morning!
- Barbeque: Good, but not really a smoky barbecue flavor. I’d rather call them hot sauce chips instead because they got some heat!
Overall: I love Crunchmaster’s products! The multi-seeds are really good with dips like hummus and salsa. They would also go beautifully at a party with a plate of fancy cheeses (for you dairy-eaters).
The Mr. Krispers excited me the most, though, because they taste just like potato chips without the greasy-ness. You should defiently reach for these when you get a potato-chip craving!
Thanks so much Crunchmaster!
(P.S. if you want to give their product a go, you can get a coupon for $1 off by going to their website. Click the link above)